I bought a left handed T/C renegade, .54, percussion, from the "for sale" forum here on HPA a while back, not sure if the lefty's are still in production or not.
Good read on the gun test, I thought Lyman would do a better job on backing their product.
Years ago a friend of mine decided to get into muzzleloading season and he bought a Lyman on my recommendation..I remember the old Lyman gun sights and they were always top notch.....Well, he got his flintlock and the first thing I noticed it was made overseas....No biggy....Next, he brought it over and we put a few shots through it...The gun just didn't seem as high of quality as my T/C. It seemed "tinny"..........Upon cleaning it later,we found that a sizable chunk of wood had been broken out of the stock right below the lock..I know he got rid of the gun right after the season ended. I was very dissapointed at what was obviously a cheap import with the fine "Lyman" name on it.
Have both TC's and Lymans.Both are well made.Both shoot well for me with round balls.Lymans have a great RB twist.TC has alot of nice brass.Lyman has deeper rifling.Both companies have stood behind ANY problem I've had.